Cove Pool, formerly Venus Pool, the original topless pool in Vegas, is tops-required as of May 30, 2019 (a terrible loss). It’s still a beautiful pool, but instead of one of the best of the laid-back European-style topless pools, it’s now just another loud Vegas party pool.
This is the kind of tragedy you get when Vegas casinos get taken over by finance guys.
Harrah’s, renamed Caesar’s, spun off Caesar’s to Vici Properties (same owners) in October 2017 after a big money-laundering bust. Vici promptly leased the property back to Harrah’s/Caesar’s.
Then Harrah’s/Caesar’s leased the Venus pool to a Dubai company, Cove Beach. Cove Beach hired another Dubai company, LIVIT Hospitality, to actually operate the pool. Apparently, Dubai party-pool companies don’t appreciate bare titties.
There are so many executives with fingers in this mess that I don’t even know which one complaints should be sent to.
Deck lounges in both the sun and shade and umbrella lounges are available. A menu of simple food—sandwiches, wraps, salads, etc.—has items in the $10 to $20 range.